Dr. Lindsay Olson earned her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University. In addition, she holds a Graduate Certificate in Teacher Training in Independent Schools. Dr. Olson completed her doctoral internship through University of Utah's Huntsman Mental Health Institute* and her postdoctoral fellowship through UC Davis Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science. She has specific expertise in the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-injurious behavior as well as in providing parenting support.
I enjoy joining a family’s team along their way to well-being. I listen to learn about their history, values, and relationships before I offer collaborative support based on my observations and evidence-based knowledge. I believe it is heartening to share laughter and healing to be truly present with others. My prior training in science, teaching, and adventure education enriches my awareness of human connections to place, nature, and others. My psychology training within inpatient, partial hospitalization, and community treatment settings broadens my clinical perspective.
I have experience working with parents of young children showing disruptive behavior, with teens grappling with their identity in the midst of anxiety and mood disorders, and with individuals coming to terms with a history of trauma as they prepare for adulthood. I enjoy working with children as young as four, adolescents, young adults, and parents of all ages. I look forward to meeting you.